Grammys Host, Trevor Noah Hilariously Mocks Prince Harry Over ‘Frost-Bitten’ Pen!s Revelation In Tell-All Memoir



Trevor Noah, the Grammys host, mocked Prince Harry’s revelation in his explosive tell-all memoir, Spare, about having a ‘frost-bitten’ pen!s.

Noah mocked the claim that went viral when the Duke of Sussex’s book was released in January at the Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday night, February 5.

Noah said: James Corden is a 12-time Emmy winner and the host of The Late Late Show. He’s also living proof that a man can relocate from London to Los Angeles without revealing his frost-bitten pen!s.’

Viewers took to social media to react to the joke as one wrote: ‘I bet Harry wasn’t expecting that!’

Another added: ‘A lot of people missed Trevor Noah’s Prince Harry diss and it was funny too.’


‘Did Trevor Noah just diss Prince Harry while introducing James Cordon?’ one fan asked. ‘Honestly the highlight of the whole ceremony for me.’


Others argued that the Duke would find the joke entertaining as one wrote: ‘I’m sure Harry found it funny. He has a good sense of humor.’


The Duke of Sussex admitted in his explosive memoir that he was affected by the early stages of frostbite during William and Kate’s wedding in April 2011.


It followed his 200-mile Walking with the Wounded expedition in March 2011, during which he trekked to the North Pole with four ex-servicemen injured in Afghanistan.


According to him, the frostbite affected his cheeks, ears, and genitalia.


While Harry’s ears and cheeks quickly healed, he was still recovering from his ‘todger’ injuries when he attended his brother’s wedding, he wrote.


In the memoir, Prince Harry also revealed he applied an Elizabeth Arden cream, a favorite of the late Princess Diana onto his penis after it was recommended to him by a friend.


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